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Investing in health in the developing world

Written by Sarah McCormack and Gianluca Quaglio,

Investing in health in the developing world: an introduction

Many challenges face healthcare in the developing world. The… 937 more words


Processed meats rank alongside smoking as cancer causes WHO

UN health body says bacon, sausages and ham among most carcinogenic substances along with cigarettes, alcohol, asbestos and arsenic

Bacon, ham and sausages rank alongside cigarettes as a major cause of cancer, the… 852 more words

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International Nurses Day 2016

An International Nurses Day message from NZNO chief executive, Memo Musa.

On Thursday we celebrate International Nurses Day, Florence Nightingale’s birthday, a very special day for our profession. 447 more words

Recommended link: What’s the connection between meaning, faith and belief, and dying, death and bereavement?

It is worth exploring the Dying Matters Awareness website. Our culture is still too reluctant to talk openly about death. This is not a good strategy as death is about the only thing we can be absolutely certain we will have to face once we are born. 267 more words


No health hazards due to radiation from mobile towers: RS Prasad

There is absolutely no truth or scientific reasons that radiations from mobile towers and handsets have an adverse impact on humans or other living creatures, said the government in the Lok Sabha, on Wednesday. 261 more words

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WHO warns Nigeria against Outbreak of Polio Epidemics

The World Health Organisation (WHO) at the weekend disclosed that Nigeria was yet to be certified free from Polio virus and could record fresh case any moment if proper measures were not taken. 339 more words

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